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" Stewart, should attack in front. — Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but which was carried without very considerable loss. Much of the day had elapsed before the attack could be commenced,... "
The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion - Page 292
1814
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Wellington: The Crossing of the Gaves and the Battle of Orthez

Finlay Cochrane Beatson - 1925 - 316 pages
...the heights captured. In his despatch Wellington says: "The troops made a most gallant attack on the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...which was carried without very considerable loss." 1 He mentions the 39th Regiment for their gallant repulse of the two French counter-attacks; and Morillo's...
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United Service Magazine and Naval Military Journal, Volume 31

1839 - 594 pages
...should attack in front ;" — his Grace proceeds, " Those troops make a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attacks, which were most gallantly received, and repulsed by the 39th, under the command of the Honourable Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major-General Pringle's brigade....
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1814 - 862 pages
...Licutenant-Gcncral Sir W. Stewart, should attack in front. Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...which, was carried without very considerable loss. Muck of the day had elapsed before the attack could 'be commenced, and the action lasted till after...
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 84, Part 1; Volume 115

1814 - 774 pages
...division, under Sir \V. Stewart, should attack in front. Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the Enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but which was carried without very considerable lost. Much of the day had elapsed before the attack could be commenced, and the action lasted till...
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